What emotions do you experience when you’re about to open a bottle of 1962 La Tâche? Disbelief, unworthiness, reverence, awe, elation —the flip side of the famed Kübler-Ross five stages of grief. After all, the wine approximates the price tag of a Porsche 911.
After waging war on various issues, Tata tea, one of the leading brands, has recently added another cause to its Jaago Re campaign–Women Safety and Sports Encouragement.
Pawan Kant Munjal, chairman at Hero Motocorp, India’s biggest motorcycles maker by sales, was the top salary earner among automobiles honchos in India last fiscal.
The czar of bikes took home a total sum of close to Rs 60 crore in salary packages, which is more than double of his archrival Rajiv Bajaj, managing director at the Pune-based Bajaj Auto. Bajaj was paid Rs 25.59 crore, making him the second highest salary earner in the country.
A teenage entrepreneur who became a millionaire by 20 before sharing a billion-dollar fortune at 36, Bhavin Turakhia isn’t afraid to think big. Now he’s putting $45 million of his own money into building a rival to Slack and other office messaging platforms.
Flock, a cloud-based team collaboration service, has attracted 25,000 enterprise users and customers including Tim Hortons, Whirlpool and Princeton University. It’s a market that has already drawn interest from global technology giants Facebook Inc, Amazon.com Inc and Microsoft Corp.
Saffola Oils from the stable of the $59 billion Marico Ltd, one of India’s leading consumer products group, seems well set to challenge the popular perception that ‘Being healthy is a daunting and difficult pursuit’ and seeks to encourage people to find their own individual ways of being fit and healthy, through its new brand campaign.
Here’s a fact you have to write down to believe: Over the past 10 years, during which the world has adopted smartphones and social media, sales of fountain pens have risen.
Mid-size, large cars, SUVs and luxury cars will sharply rise in the range of Rs 79,000 to Rs 1.16 lakh as the Union government on Wednesday approved a hike in goods and services tax (GST) cess on such vehicles to 25 per cent from 15 per cent. The increase in cess comes just when sales of big and luxury vehicles have started picking up in Asia’s third biggest car market.
Big B is now padding up for innerwear brand Venus and winterwear brand-Cott’swool-both from the stable of the BSE-listed LUX Industries Limited. The Kolkata-based company, which makes and sells more than 100 products across 12 major brands comprising a complete range of innerwear for men, women, and children, already has Varun Dhawan, the heartthrob of young India, as the brand ambassador of LUX Cozi.
On September 5 in the US, Nissan Motor Co will pull the cover off the 2018 Leaf, its first production vehicle that will steer and stop by itself—at least every once in a while.
The income tax (I-T) department has sought Rs 32, 230 crore in tax, interest and penalty from Hong Kong-based Hutchison for alleged capital gains on $11 billion deal for sale of its mobile business in India to the UK’s Vodafone Group in 2007.
In a regulatory filing to Hong Kong stock exchange, CK Hutchison Holdings said its unit Hutchison Telecommunications International (HTIL) has been served with a tax demand of about Rs 7,900 crore along with an interest of Rs 16,430 crore and penalty of Rs 7,900 crore.
The company has disputed the claim of tax authorities.